- Sep 13, 2015
It's very much the Ronseal of midfields. You get exactly what you expect.It's possible, although that midfield combo has been Klopp's go-to for the big games this season, so it seems reasonable to suggest it was a continuation of what we've seen previously.
Fabinho is a bit of a maverick, he could easily of done an early gamble leading to a goal and Klopp wanted to avoid that. Keita is exactly the same, he has his moments of brilliance but he is also a liability at times. I think Klopp starts the big games wanting a 1-0 win, a lot of the time its our front line fluffing their lines stopping that.
Henderson whilst not to everyone's taste very rarely gives away the ball which results in a chance for the opposition.